Brees, Brady share nice moment on field after Bucs-Saints game

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Following the New Orleans Saints 30-20 playoff loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, quarterbacks Drew Brees and Tom Brady met on the field at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome and shared a nice moment.

The two talked for a while and Brady even threw a touchdown pass to one of Brees’s sons.

The two future hall-of-famers, who are 1-2 on nearly every all-time passing list, had just competed in what was reportedly Brees’ final game as a pro.

Brees however said after the game that he wasn’t ready to say whether or not he planned to retire.

“I’m going to give myself an opportunity to think about the season, think about a lot of things, just like I did last year, and make a decision,” Brees said after the game.

Cameras did catch the 42-year-old appearing to soak up the moments following the game both alone and with his family.

“I always soak in the moment and I’m looking up at my family and I’m blowing kisses to my wife and my daughter and fist bumping my boys,” he said. “They’ve become so much a part of this as my kids have gotten older and they’re so invested in this as well so it makes the moment special to be able to share it all together.”

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